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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President: Jeff Powell
VP of Baseball:  Zach Jones
VP of Softball: Bryan Bowles
Treasurer:  Bryan Bowles
Secretary: Miranda Thorn
Division Manager: Justin Frazier
Division Manager:

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Baseball Division Information

Little League International Divisions 

Age determination calculator 

Baseball is ages 7 to 16; Players 5- and 6-years of age who have completed two seasons of tee ball can “play up” for player development.  See below for a breakdown of current divisions. 

Ages overlap in several divisions of play.  All players (7-16 yrs old) should attend evaluations so coaches can assess skill level.  Players will be drafted in each Division (MP, Minor, Major and Senior).

Tee Ball
Often, a family’s first introduction to Little League® is in the Tee Ball program. Tee Ball is the entry level division for players, ages 4-6. The experience is grounded in fun, fitness, and fundamentals while also being a key to growing a child’s love for the game.

Machine Pitch (MP)
Ages (5-8).  5 yr. old players must complete at least 2 seasons of Tee ball and have the option to “play up”.  The goal of MP is to help young players transition from tee ball into a more advanced program where they'll start to refine their hitting, fielding, throwing, and strategic skills while also learning the rules of the game of baseball.  
-Basic Information:  The Pitching Machine is at 40-46 feet (distance varies because of skill level per season).  Bases are at 50ft.  As the season progresses our coaches will adjust to achieve 40ft pitching distance.

Minor (Player Pitch)
Ages 8-10:  Kids pitch in this division, with a 60-foot diamond and 46 feet pitching distance.   Little League International Pitching Rules apply for player safety.   NOTE:  Advanced 8-year-olds can choose to “play up” for player development.  

Major League Division Baseball
Ages 9-12:  Kids pitch in this division, with 60-foot diamond and 46 feet pitching distance.  Little League International Pitching Rules apply for player safety.   Advanced 9-year-olds can choose to “play up” for player development.

Intermediate (50/70) Baseball
Ages 12-13: utilizes a 50-foot pitching distance and 70-foot base paths.

Junior League Baseball
Ages 12-14: using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet.

Senior League Baseball

Ages 13-16: using a conventional 90-foot diamond (High School) with a pitching distance of 60 feet.

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